This spot in Ballard feels like a cozy corner coffee shop, but in addition to good espresso drinks, they serve some Korean-inspired brunch food, like eggs benedict with pork belly or chicken and waffles made with gochujang sauce. Weekend breakfast here is relaxed but not sleepy, mostly due to the aesthetically simple interior. Don’t miss the Fruity Pebbles French toast topped with whipped cream, because unlike in second grade, there’s nobody here telling you what you can and can’t order.
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You know Paseo, but Un Bien is where you want to be. It’s where the old owners work now, and the Caribbean sandwiches in Ballard are the city’s best.
Shingletown Saloon is a dive bar, but with string lights, nice people, solid bar snacks, and no sticky floor. It’s a good place for a hang in Ballard.
Bastille Café & Bar
Bastille is a French spot in Ballard that’s romantic enough for a date, but also works for a solo meal at the bar or group dinner.
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Marination Ma Kai
Marination is the concession stand from you childhood, but with actually great Korean fusion food - and the best views in Seattle.
Hotel Albatross in Ballard is the ultimate birthday spot - the kind of place that serves drinks out of fruit. The Mexican-Asian fusion is good too.
Fremont isn’t the greatest neighborhood for food, but it does have Revel - a Korean fusion place with cool vibes and an excellent patio.
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Have your next group dinner at Joule, the Korean steakhouse in Wallingford. The huge menu has enough options to keep everyone happy.
Witness is a Southern-style brunch spot in Capitol Hill that makes you feel like you’re in Georgia. That’s a good thing.
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